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Poster: billbarstad Date: Aug 23, 2011 4:39pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: outdoor theatre

1. Yes, you can show any public domain film to an audience.
2. I'd stick to large files. There are many MPEG-2 files here, and those are mostly files from a DVD of the movie. Some large MPEG-4s and AVIs could be good enough.
3. The DVDs say for home use because the movie may not be public domain, just orphaned, or there is copyrighted material other than the movie that is played by the DVDs like splash screens for the company that made the DVDs or previews of other movies.

Hope this helps.

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